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USA Swimmers Score Five Medals on Final Day of 2007 International Swim Meet in J

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On the final day of swimming competition at the 2007 International Swim Meet in Chiba, Japan, the USA Swimmers racked up more hardware than any other day with five medals. In total, America's swimmers brought home 12 medals from the swim meet.

Nick Brunelli concluded his individual portion of events with a bronze medal in the men’s 50m freestyle with a time of 22.31. Lara Jackson competed in the event for the women, finishing fourth in 25.38.

TP Patrick just missed breaking the two-minute barrier in the men’s 200m IM with the second-fastest time of 2:00.59. William Stovall closed the individual schedule of events with a bronze medal in the men’s 100m butterfly. His time was 52.82.

The quad of Hayley McGregory, Rebecca Soni, Rachel Komisarz and Christine Magnuson teamed up to take second in the 400m medley relay in a time of 4:00.99.

The men’s 400m medley relay team also recorded a second-place finish in the event. Randall Bal, Jon Roberts, William Stovall and Brunelli swam a combined time of 3:35.15 to secure the silver medal.

About USA Swimming: As the National Governing Body for competitive swimming in the United States, USA Swimming formulates the rules, implements policies and procedures, conducts national championships, disseminates safety and sports medicine information and selects athletes to represent the United States in international competition. USA Swimming has more than 300,000 members nationwide and sanctions more than 7,000 events each year. For more information, visit USA Swimming on-line.

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